Newspapers lose some weight

Newspapers lose some weight
Erin Middleton
  • 20 august 2007

In an industry-wide effort to maintain ad revenue and cut costs, newspapers are downsizing to a new 12-inch width. Decreased circulation, declining ad revenue and increased competitiveness from the internet-as-news-source has required that the industry evolve. On Friday, the Chicago Tribune followed the big dogs: Wall Street Journal (lost three inches) and New York Times (lost an inch and a half).

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